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Thursday, July 17, 2014

Your Snake is Not a Service Animal

Posted by Anonymous on Thu, Jul 17, 2014 at 2:50 PM

miniature horse: NO
handfed flying squirrel: NO
rescued barn owl: NO
cat: sorry no.
spotted lemur: NO

let's simplify this for any Dr. Doolittles in the audience who wish to share their animal's dander, saliva, scales, intestinal worms with the larger public:

If you do not have a dog you do not have a service animal.

If you have a dog it is probably not a service animal.

Service animals are dogs that have been specially trained by a certified trainer (not you) to assist profoundly disabled humans. If you are not really disabled and claim your beast as a service animal so it may prowl, prance and slither through the aisles of Fred Meyer you are actually doing a DISSERVICE to the humans who actually are sight disabled or otherwise dependent on their animal. They struggle enough from everyday thoughtlessness without also having to differentiate their real disability from your fake lame status.

Sure you could go waste everybody's time and money and patience having those fucktards in the state legislature play grabass about this issue before they just play dead as the feds get involved. lets have the grownups draw up some more signs for us to tell us when and how and where your My Little Pony can play.

Or you could just stop being an ingrown pube and leave your animal at home (where it would rather be than getting sawdust up it's nose at Home Depot).

Why do you need your brown ferret empathy assistant to help you buy yogurt at winco?

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